In a previous blog we looked at some irregular verbs that have now become regular. Learn why is this happening.
Today (28 February) is Shrove Tuesday – in the UK this day is also known as Pancake Day. People all over the UK eat pancakes with sugar and fresh lemon or orange juice.
All students who are studying English need to learn irregular verbs. There are about 200 irregular verbs in English; about 50 of these are very common and are used in speaking and writing all the time.
Learn some money-related idioms to add to your vocabulary.
Pizza making is a very popular activity here at Bell, each time the group gets bigger – and so do the pizzas!
In class we have been discussing our tastes in music. Match the genre of music with the definition.
Today (14 February) people all around the world will be celebrating Valentine's Day. Discover the history of this romantic holiday in our new reading activity.
Students get creative by designing and making their own t-shirts.
Prefixes are added to the beginnings of words in order to change the form of a word (for example, from a verb to a noun), or added to convey a meaning. Learn some academic prefixes and practise using them in a sentence.
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